Pakistan urges UN to play role in defusing LoC tension

Pakistani Ambassador calls on Ban Ki Moon in New York, informs him about situation on LoC and Working Boundary


Web Desk October 18, 2014

NEW YORK: Pakistan's permanent representative to United Nations urged the body to play its role in defusing tension on the Line of Control (LoC), Radio Pakistan reported on Saturday. 

Pakistani Ambassador Masood Khan called on UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon in New York today and informed him about the situation on LoC and the Working Boundary.

Khan urged UN to play its role to end ceasefire violations which have killed at least 12 Pakistanis since October 6.

Unprovoked Indian firing has triggered an exodus of people from the villages near the border.

Clashes occur regularly along the LoC as well as the Working Boundary. However, the latest shelling has been unusual in its intensity and frequency.

COMMENTS (11)

Abdul Malik | 7 years ago | Reply

@Blithe: That is why US, UN, rest of the world and even Islamic countries ignore Pakistani plea to intervene.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/indiahome/indianews/article-2793143/un-refuses-pakistan-s-call-intervention-kashmir.html

http://news.statetimes.in/un-snubs-pakistan-internationalising-kashmir/

Dipak | 7 years ago | Reply

Why keep on asking UN over and over again and getting denied each time? Stop border terrorism and India will have bilateral talks.

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